How Long Does It Take To Be Undetectable

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Atripla, How long to become undetectable

I've been on Atripla since 4/10, my viral load dropped from 23,000, to 15,900, 107, then jumped up to 510, then down again to 74in Sept,. Dr. said to contiue on the Atripla and get lab work done in a month...I did VLis now 91 last CD4...
Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Response from Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

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Hello and thanks for your post.It's always reassuring to see undetectable viral loads. That said, depending on a number of circumstances, it can take up to 4-6 months to get there (except for regimens that include raltegravir/ISENTRESS, where viral... Read more »

How long until I become Undetectable?

Hello Dr.,I was diagnosed with HIV one year ago and started taking Atripla 4 months ago. My CD4... Read more »

undetectable - for how long ??

Hi , I anm undetedtable for more then 5 years , the thing is my dr. refuses to let me stop meds... Read more »
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